The best photos of National Geographic for March 2013
The best lens of photography March 2013th from National Geographic magazine and National Geographic Russia.
Bow with sheep
Afghan shepherds love their cell phones. And though they are useless for communication - cellular communication here does not catch - the shepherds used gadgets to play music and take pictures.
Night monkeys, Ecuador
Night monkeys - the only active at night monkeys of the New World. They are common in Central and South America, live in family groups, and feed mainly on fruits.
Capture camera-trap is triggered when the animal approached.
Release of methane in the Arctic
As soon as the permafrost continues to melt, around the Arctic, new lake. Gas rising as bubbles from the bottom of the Arctic lakes - methane.
Viper-rhino - a kind of higher snakes of the genus African vipers. It received its name due to the sharp scales adorning the tip of the snout. Viper rhinoceros is very poisonous, and when combined with a perfect camouflage makes it a deadly weapon, Cameroon.
People across Asia believe that Baikal spirits live in the rocky ledge on Olkhon.
Radio-controlled flying drone equipped with eight "arms", bearing a camera and able to take pictures from above.
Manatees of Florida.
The Cherry Orchard, Japan
The young orca
Powerful marine animal - a young killer whale - hunts for salmon in the Avacha Bay.
cicinnurus on the vine
It lives in most of the island of New Guinea, and the Aru Islands. There are two emerald green disk to re tail bird of paradise, which they use in the ritual of courtship.
colony of Emperor penguins in the Antarctic
Kyrgyz yurt, Afghanistan
The Mexican axolotl
Mexican axolotl inflates thin gills. This rare type of salamander, whose numbers in the wild is reduced in adulthood retains larval form.
A surprising look at the pelican
Dalmatian pelican tries to swallow a camera lens "Fisheye", Kerkini lake, Greece.
Ken Cave, Vietnam
Giant columns, covered with a layer of mineral deposits, looms over researchers who are floating on groundwater Ken - one of the 20 caves discovered recently in Vietnam.
The female bonobo, Congo
A young female Bonobo resting in the forest Louis Kotal in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. Her lips were orange from eating clay - perhaps because the animal will neutralize plant toxins that enter the body through food.
Male tomato clown caring for the future descendants as a gardener for planting - digging and throwing the eggs with dead embryos.
Jumping spider can often catch their claws cleaning or rubbing his eyes - a hair's breadth kittens as the representative of the genus Phidippus.
Ezhonok, United Kingdom
Only four days old, and 6, 4 cm in length, thrown ezhonok nestled on a folded towel in the center of salvation in Royal Tunbridge Wells, Kent. Warmth and cleanliness is very important for the health of these tiny animals.
Aurora - the goddess of the dawn
Butterfly Goddess of Dawn (Dawn, Aurora, Anthocharis cardamines) rises out of the sea of pink flowers. In the picture shows a male Zorka - Butterflies of the family whiteflies. Flowers - Brilliant Lychnis (Lychnis viscaria, tar). Nizhny Novgorod Region.
In 2008, the ice on the Gulf of Finland was not so many seals and seals Belka lost. This is probably the Ringed seal pup. With this Belka story ended well - caused rescuers took him to the nursery.
On the rise!
Emperor Penguin in Antarctica jumps out of the water onto the ice.